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T-Mobile is enabled on a standalone 5G network, expanding scope to 30 percent coverage.

T-Mobile said it officially launched the “world’s first standalone 5G network”, allowing the company to make the most of the 600MHz 5G spectrum. Previously, the 600MHz footprint was directly linked to the carrier’s LTE coverage map and was limited in access. “With the current release, 600MHz 5G can surpass the central frequency signal, which covers hundreds of square miles from …

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The United States began 2 trials to test the antibiotic drug of E. coli.

In May 2020, this picture was produced by Eli Lilly, a researcher preparing the cells of mammals to produce possible COVID-19 antibodies for laboratory tests in Indianapolis. David Morrison Eli Lilly via AP The National Institutes of Health announced Tuesday that it will begin a double test on whether the experimental antibody can work safely and effectively in treating patients …

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Starbucks pumpkin spice products are on the shelves in a grocery store.

For those ready to say goodbye to the summer, Starbucks Corp. SBUX -0.68% Announced that Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL) and Fall Blend products are now available in grocery stores. The PSL portfolio includes non-dairy creams, K-Cup pods, ground coffee and more. Starbucks also has good coffee from maple and caramel cream. Mocha Starbucks shares have dropped by almost 15% last …

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This is what history says has happened to US stocks in close election contests, regardless of the winner, Deutsche Bank said.

US stocks rose slightly at the beginning of Tuesday after the rally on Monday, although tensions between the US and China were higher than TikTok. President Donald Trump said TikTok will “shut down” in the United States on September 15, unless Microsoft MSFT -2.22% Or other companies buy Chinese video sharing apps Trump also suggests that the US government should …

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Possession of Google-Fitbit: EU launches full probe

Copyright image Reuters The European Commission will conduct a full investigation into Google’s acquisition of Fitbit. The announcement follows a preliminary examination and threatens to derail the purchase of exercise tracking companies. Despite Google’s proposal last month to stop using Fitbit health data for ad targeting Alphabet, Google’s parent company, agreed to acquire a $ 2.1 billion (1.6 billion pounds) …

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Ford CEO Jim Hackett steps down.

Fox Automotive Automotive News Editor Gary Gastelu spoke to Ford COO Jim Farley about the meaning of the Ford Bronco to him.Compared to Jeep Wrangler, his driving ability, he was expecting to sell who the customer is and what OJ Simpson means. In 1990 Ford CEO Jim Hackett is stepping down, effective October 1, as car manufacturers’ rehabilitation plans do …

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Home Depot to accelerate delivery with a new distribution center

Customers wear protective masks while unloading products at the basket at the Home Depot Inc. store in Reston, Virginia, on Thursday, May 21, 2020. Andew Harrer Bloomberg | Getty Images Like other buyers, Home Depot customers have very little patience in waiting and late delivery. Home improvement retailers announced on Tuesday that they will open three distribution centers in the …

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